Originally posted to alt.binaries.old.nl by MeiMei.
Welcome to the Linux Internet Archives
The Linux Internet Archives are useful for those who are already running Linux or who are willing and able to install from one of the distributions available on the Net. It is not Plug & Play. It does not have a live file system and, although it comes with source code, it does not have a buildable source tree. It is the perfect way to enhance or upgrade your current Linux system, browse through X or GNU source code, or examine internet standards (RFC's).
This CD should be current as of Mon Jun 26 16:16:26 UTC 1995
CD-ROM 1 Contains the free parts of two Linux distributions: • Debian Linux 0.93 • A derivative of Slackware 2.3
CD-ROM 2 and CD-ROM 3 Contains the free portions of /pub/Linux from sunsite.unc.edu. Including Jurix, Xdenu, Mini-Linux, and MCC distributions of Linux.
CD-ROM 4 Contains the free portions of /pub/linux archive on tsx-11.mit.edu not present on sunsite as well as the SLS Linux Distribution.
CD-ROM 5 Contains the X11R6 portions of ftp.x.org as well as a copy of the GNU software archive on prep.ai.mit.edu, the DEC Alpha port of Linux from gatekeeper.dec.com, and a copy of the RFC's from ftp.internic.net.